It’s fair to say Opening Day didn’t go exactly as planned for the Yankees.
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We should have seen this coming. After being released by the Jets five days ago, Brandon Marshall has found a new home, if by “new” you mean moving right across the hall at MetLife Stadium to the Giants.
The New York Jets aren’t exactly the NFL’s most intriguing team these days. Read the rest of this entry »
The New England Patriots currently sport the best trade chip in the NFL. Backup quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo’s value seemingly couldn’t be higher, with speculation mounting the Pats could do as well as acquiring the No. 1 pick in the entire draft for Jimmy G.
He’s arguably the greatest Laker ever. He was the star player on five Laker title teams. No one can argue with what he did on the court for the franchise, but to automatically assume that Earvin “Magic” Johnson is going to step right in, work his “magic” and bring the Lakers back to glory is foolish.
It’s only February 24th and the Yankees just played their first spring training game, but that doesn’t mean we can’t start getting excited.
Tom Brady gets one for the thumb in the greatest comeback in NFL history, the Falcons take a page out of the Seahawks’ Super Bowl playbook by passing instead of running, James White deserved MVP and Paul Pierce’s final game in Boston is one he’ll remember forever. This is Frankly Frankel on this Monday, February 6, 2017.